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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroFall

Business Law.docx

OC13292121 Page
7 Dec 2014
47
Chapter one: risk management and sources of law. Risk management: process of identifying, evaluating & responding to legal liability: most likely harmf
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroFall

LAW 122 Study Guide - Constitution Act, 1982, National Energy Board, Liability Insurance

OC11050311 Page
27 Nov 2013
14
Risk management = the process of identifying, evaluating and responding to the possibility of harmful events which could lead to legal liability. Risk
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroFall

LAW 122 Study Guide - Contributory Negligence, Implied Consent, Tort

OC819196 Page
1 Oct 2013
24
Involve conduct where you actually knew, or ought to have known, that your actions would cause harm to people like the plaintiff. Occurs when the defen
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

LAW 122 Study Guide - Qualified Privilege, Personal Services, Fundamental Breach

OC8342122 Page
18 Apr 2013
38
Chapter 1 risk management and sources of law. The process of identifying, evaluating and, responding to the possibility of harmful events. Steering cle
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

LAW 122 Study Guide - Estoppel, Counterclaim

OC293426 Page
18 Mar 2013
23
Gratuitous promise: is a promise for which nothing of legal value is given in exchange. Consideration: exist when a party either gives (or promises to
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

LAW 122 Study Guide - Milkshake, Cheeseburger, Reasonable Person

OC293426 Page
18 Mar 2013
15
Invitation to treat: is an indication of willingness to receive an offer. Distinction between an offer and an invitation depends on the objective test.
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroFall

LAW 122 Study Guide - Final Guide: Condition Precedent, Liquidated Damages, Alternative Dispute Resolution

OC5999241 Page
16 Oct 2012
865
Risk management: process of identifying, evaluating, and responding to the possibility of harmful events. You need to identify, evaluate, and respond t
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

LAW 122 Study Guide - Confidence Trick, Actual Size, Condition Subsequent

OC1059520 Page
15 Oct 2012
66
Previous chapters: seen how a contract is formed; now we examine the legal effect of statements made/adopted by parties in connection with their contra
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

LAW 122 Study Guide - Product Liability, Post Office, Malicious Falsehood

OC1059518 Page
15 Oct 2012
159
It is important for business students to be aware of certain torts affecting the normal course of business operations. Tort law mediates a compromise o
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

LAW 122 Study Guide - Specific Performance, Neutral Party, Professional Liability Insurance

OC1059517 Page
15 Oct 2012
70
Chapter 1: risk management and sources of law. Knowledge of law leads to greater risk management, reduces potential costs, increases potential profits.
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroFall

LAW 122 Study Guide - Independent Contractor

OC238043 Page
15 Nov 2011
39
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroFall

LAW 122 Study Guide - Canada Act 1982, Unemployment Benefits, New Economics Foundation

OC238043 Page
15 Nov 2011
25
1canadian constitution (1) an amendment to the constitution of canada may be made by proclamation issued by. Primacy of constitution of canada inconsis
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